Causeway Students Get The Top Grades!

All the staff at Causeway School would like to congratulate students on their GCSE results this summer. There are so many success stories and we are over the moon, celebrating excellent achievement in many subjects.

Head Teacher, Liza Leung, said: “We are delighted with the achievements of our students, particularly in light of the new grading system and more demanding Maths and English exams this year. Our students have worked really hard and thoroughly deserve our congratulations.”

The school’s results for the new English and Mathematics exams are incredibly encouraging with 62 percent of students attaining 9-4 grades in English, 55 percent attaining 9-4 grades in Maths, 47 percent achieving 9-4 grades in both English and Maths, and 60 percent of students achieving A*-C or 9-4 grades in all their exams.

There were exceptional results for Triple Science and Spanish, with 100 percent of students passing Chemistry and 88 percent of students gaining A*-C grades in Spanish, of which nearly half were A* or A grades.

Students celebrating outstanding results include Ellie Hughes with a set of 12 A*-C and 9-4 grades and Callum Musk who achieved 11. Both Ellie and Callum were awarded the highest possible Grade 9 for English Literature.  A significant number of other high flying students passed 11 GCSEs across the board including Molly Stammers who passed 11 GCSEs, to include seven A*s, and Tanya Sharma, Chris Barrass, Alex Woodcock and Chloe-Louise Farrant who all received more than 5 As and A*s.

Ms Leung said: “These results show how quickly Causeway has improved since January when we began working with Swale Academies Trust.  We’re incredibly proud of our students, their hard work and determination which are clearly evident in the results they have achieved.  I would also like to thank our staff for their quality teaching, intervention and pastoral care, supporting our students every step of the way.  We are excited about the future and continuing to build on what we have achieved together so far and wish all our students every success as they go on to the next stage of their education.”